Jesse Mazer wrote: George Levy wrote: You say that the values of the absolute and conditional probabilities are unknown. In my opinion, I have a very good idea of what their values are. The absolute probability of any given observer moment is infinitesimal
given the extremely large, possibly infinite, number of observer
moments states in the plenitude, and also given the much larger
non-observer moment states in the plenitude. Non-conscious
observers states greatly outnumber conscious observer states. The only
way to talk meaningfully about absolute probability is to "normalize"
it, effectively converting it to a conditional probability.The conditional probability of any given observer moment A
transitioning to observer moment B given that he is in observer B is
one.The conditional probability of any given observer moment A
transitioning to observer moment B given that he is in observer A is
infinitesimal. There are many more ways for our physical state to
transition (randomly decay) into a non-conscious observer moments than
to transition to a conscious observer moment. Any state in the
plenitude could be a target of this transition.
Who says truth has to be objective? or even if there is such a thing an objective truth? And I don't agree with Wei. Ultimately the assumptions that an observer makes about probabilities must be grounded in his own status as observer. Assuming the observer is the only assumption that needs to be made. Imho there can be an emergent reality purely based on the observer states without the need for any objective entity. The observer himself is an emergent phenomenon reflected on / reflecting the observer himself. George |

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